The cellar door is prettily positioned back from the Highway and is filled with light--lots of windows and an airy, open feel throughout. The host, also the vineyard's co-owner, was personable and customer oriented. The table service was a bit impersonal and aloof, by comparison--not sure why they were a bit jaded and stand-offish--a bad day, perhaps, or perhaps our group was too large for them to serve comfortably.
The wines are reasonably good and well priced, but only the reds are made on the property; the rest are made by contract winemaker. Still, the winemaker did a good job; all were drinkable, but the Pinot Gris was the definite standout.
I would take friends there for lunch for the setting alone, and for the pretty presentation of the meals.
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